How does Frederick Douglass's tone contribute to the appeal that he makes using ethos and pathos?

What I mean is how does Douglass's tone when he gives the speech "What to a Slave Is the Fourth of July" contribute to the appeal that he makes using ethos and pathos?
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Asked Dec 15, 2016

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